October 21, 2020
In order to continue to provide the most up-to-date information in the Learn Workplace Harassment Prevention training courses, several changes will be taking place on November 5, 2020. To prepare for these changes, you will need to take the following actions:
Ensure completion of assigned trainings. Users who have been assigned but have not completed one of the below courses will need to complete on or before November 5, 2020. If they are unable to complete the training prior to this date, they will need to start over with the new version. However, if they have already completed, their existing certificates will continue to apply.
Re-assign training for Managers in California, Connecticut & Maine. Workplace Harassment Prevention training for Managers in CA, CT and ME (English and Spanish) will no longer be available and is being replaced with individual training courses for each state. This streamlines the training, meaning employees won’t need to spend time covering information for states that do not apply to them. If currently using this course, please assign the individual manager course for California, Maine or Connecticut.
Update and re-assign Learn tracks. Learning tracks containing one or more of the changing courses will need to be updated and users re-assigned prior to November 5, 2020. View a short step-by-step video guiding you through updating tracks and assigning employees.
As a reminder please be sure to complete training and update tracks on or before November 5, 2020.
Courses being replaced:
Bullying and Violence in the Workplace
Preventing Harassment in the Global Workplace – Employee Edition
Preventing Harassment in the Global Workplace – Manager Edition
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Managers – Multi-State Edition, version 2.0 (Title VII)
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Managers in California (AB1825/2053/SB 1343), Connecticut & Maine
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Employees – version 2.0 (Title VII)
(Spanish) Prevención del acoso en el lugar de trabajo para gerentes en California (AB1825 / 2053), Connecticut y Maine
(Spanish) Conocimiento sobre el acoso sexual de los empleados
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